Sea Gardens

Sea Gardens

When: 16 November 2019 to 26 January 2020
Where: The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery Exeter
Suitable for: Any age

This vibrant and intriguing contemporary art exhibition explores the female-gendered relationship with the sea and seaweed. 'Sea Garden' brings together RAMM's first South West Commission, a moving-image work by Bryony Gillard, alongside works by internationally-renowned contemporary artists.

Works include Dartmoor-based photographer Susan Derges' recent rock pool series; film and photography by Dorothy Cross; Mikhail Karikis's video installation ‘Sea Women’; and Turner Prize-nominee Lucy Skaer's reworked nineteenth-century seaweed prints. You will be surprised and challenged by thoughtful and cutting-edge artwork, displayed alongside beautiful examples of pressed seaweeds from RAMM's own collections.

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